Battering Ram"Knock, knock!"
Battering rams in their simplest form have existed for millennia. Some clever individual discovered that running a large log at gates seemed to be an effective way of knocking them down. It was only a short time until bigger and better designs appeared, usually involving decorating the ram with a ram's head. The Macedonians made many advances in siegecraft, including the introduction of the covered battering-ram, the cunning invention of Polyidus of Thessaly, who served Philip II of Macedon.
Node SetTier 2
- -3% siege unit costs (all provinces)
- -40% attritional losses when besieging
- Pre-siege: battering ram
|Requires Technologies||Emergency Measures|
|Enables Technologies||Siege Tower|